InPost 1kg Parcel @ Parcel2Go from £2.27/1kg £2.39/2kg
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InPost 1kg Parcel @ Parcel2Go from £2.27/1kg £2.39/2kg

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Edited by:"t3r4"Found 3rd Dec
Parcel2Go have reduced prices for InPost parcels in £2.27 inc VAT for 1kg.

Service uses UK Mail for the final delivery direct to recipients door, just needs dropping at a locker and is generally 1-2 days after collection, including full tracking and a time slot for the delivery if you track through the UK Mail site. Just has to be of the size to fit in a locker.

Shame that they don't have many lockers, but if you are near one best deal around right now.

Not sure if this a permanent drop in price but prices in this market often go up and down

Edit: Just a bit of further info: No Compensation included, but if your parcel is less than 8cm high you can book through inpostdirect.co.uk and get free compensation of £20.

19 Comments

Good price
Does it include any compensation?

dlm13625 m ago

Good priceDoes it include any compensation?


It’s £2.27

It gets your parcel from A to B

At a price that should suit your pocket.

Compo if it’s lost

Check the small print or send with a n other at at least 2-3 times this price
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 3rd Dec

pennyfarthing8831 m ago

It’s £2.27 It gets your parcel from A to BAt a price that should suit your …It’s £2.27 It gets your parcel from A to BAt a price that should suit your pocket. Compo if it’s lost Check the small print or send with a n other at at least 2-3 times this price


Most other parcel firms are about £2.75.... and you don't need lockers
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DingIs7 m ago

Most other parcel firms are about £2.75.... and you don't need lockers.


...and your parcels are delivered to your home when you are away at work.

I'd love to hide inside the large locker and give the driver a fright of his life when the door pops open.....Boo! Have it!

pennyfarthing8821 h, 29 m ago

It’s £2.27 It gets your parcel from A to BAt a price that should suit your …It’s £2.27 It gets your parcel from A to BAt a price that should suit your pocket. Compo if it’s lost Check the small print or send with a n other at at least 2-3 times this price



Not the most helpful reply
I did look on their site but it wasn't obvious if it included any compensation for loss/damage

However I just checked again and it looks like they do have £20 cover included so not too bad at all.

I usually use myhermes - for £2.75 (not 2-3 times the price) which includes up to £25 cover but will consider inpost for lower valued items.

Update: the compensation is only if you go direct to inpost - why use p2g at all???
Edited by: "dlm136" 4th Dec

Last time i used inpost it took 7 days for them to pick up from the locker central london not some out of the way place Used then again and they picked it up ok but broke the item and when i checked the exclusions it was one of them its was a garden clock ? so check the 1000000 of excluded items it's a right con.

You can pay extra for compo but this is a rip off check out the prices.

Parcel2go are terrible. Avoid them.

I think the thing that lets this company down is lockers !!! My nearest is 12 miles away complete waste of time , but i did use dpd the other day to post a wheel it was about 14 kg and cost about £8 and drop off at my nearest matalan which is just up the road and a really good service

Didn't these go bust ?

I don't think your price includes the VAT, when that's added they are only pence cheaper than the excellent hermes. But it could offer a handier drop off point. They didn't for me.

tomeks8517 h, 24 m ago

...and your parcels are delivered to your home when you are away at work.


I send about 80-100 per month, get 1 issue every 6 months, and that's usually the customers fault.... not always, but usually...

jobibear8 h, 8 m ago

I don't think your price includes the VAT, when that's added they are only …I don't think your price includes the VAT, when that's added they are only pence cheaper than the excellent hermes. But it could offer a handier drop off point. They didn't for me.


His £2.27 include VAT but is without any insurance

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dlm13623 h, 59 m ago

Good priceDoes it include any compensation?


No, but if your parcel is small you can book direct at inpostdirect.co.uk and get £20 included compensation. Has to be under 8cm x 38cm x 64cm.

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dlm13622 h, 16 m ago

Not the most helpful reply I did look on their site but it wasn't …Not the most helpful reply I did look on their site but it wasn't obvious if it included any compensation for loss/damageHowever I just checked again and it looks like they do have £20 cover included so not too bad at all.I usually use myhermes - for £2.75 (not 2-3 times the price) which includes up to £25 cover but will consider inpost for lower valued items.Update: the compensation is only if you go direct to inpost - why use p2g at all???


Inpost direct has a max height of 8cm, whereas Parcel2Go does not.

Well decided to give it a go, parcel has been in the locker for over 5 days so far. Not impressed, I think I'll stick to Hermes
Look at the visitors post on inpost UK Facebook page. Stay clear!!!
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 9th Dec

Does anyone know how to contact inpost directly?

Parcel has been waiting to be collected from the locker for 4 days now.
Edited by: "bumbaclart" 12th Dec
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